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« on: October 05, 2009 11:16:20 PM »

Ok, so I made two picture posts about three months ago (roughly around the end of July). Your kind and wonderful words have inspired me to post two more of my pictures that I am currently in love with. (And that's actually pretty hard for me to say because I usually don't like anything I take a picture of haha!) I've been busy since I posted those last few pictures (moved, had a death in the family, finished college, all of that wonderful "grown-up" stuff. Anyways, a little background before I post.

Like I said, I moved! Yay! I moved from Michigan to Arizona. A tiny, tiny, tiny town about forty miles away from the Mexican border, to be exact. So, to go to anywhere with a little bit of life (and stores open after 8 PM) you have to travel at least an hour and a half. Those cities would be Phoenix or Tucson, and all of the surrounding ones. Like, Chandler. This last Saturday, to celebrate a friends birthday, me and two friends went to a mall, to hang out, get out of our sleepy town, and to do what some girls do best - shop! Anyways, here are the to pictures with explanations below them.


This one is called "Peppermint Mocha". I do love coffee, but am not that hard-up for Starbucks. However, it had been about three months since I had my last one, so I decided to treat myself. I truly wasn't trying to get the text from the cup perfectly in front, I was more focused on getting the cup centered in the picture. I also wanted to get some texture from the table, since it was kind of neat and a little weathered.


This one is called "Leggo My Lego's!" and was taken in the Lego store. They had these cool bins in the back of the store, filled with all sorts of colors and shapes of Lego's. I couldn't find purple, so the next best thing was lime green! I literally just stuck my camera in the bin and snapped a picture. I love it when it's that easy!

C+C welcomed, as it will only help me get better! Thanks for looking!  Grin
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« Reply #1 on: October 05, 2009 11:33:39 PM »

I love the Lego one, it would be a great print in a series of colours. Smiley  I am a Starbucks fan, but I rarely go.  Its to expensive for just coffee (or hot chocolate...which is what I usually get)!
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« Reply #2 on: October 06, 2009 04:11:07 AM »

Loving the lego texture! 

Having grown up in a tiny town in Arizona about 70 miles from the Mexican border, I'm trying to figure out which one you're in though. Cheesy 
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« Reply #3 on: October 07, 2009 01:27:05 PM »

byonic_girl- Thank you! Yes, the Lego one is my favorite as well. I think you have inspired me to do a collection with your comment .. hmmm ... yes, I see a "rainbow" collection in my future ...
scraparcs- Thank you! As for my town, it's called Ajo, just a little north of Why. Hahaha. That just looks so funny to type out.
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« Reply #4 on: October 10, 2009 06:12:15 PM »

Ajo?  Seriously, take pics of all the abandoned buildings.  That place is a gold mine for abandoned buildings! Smiley
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